> I offer no guesses about the nature of God or about life-after-death or 
> any of the rest of it. I offer only the comment that it 
> demonstrates a remarkable lack of intellectual  
> curiosity about a large 
> component of the innner forces that have driven many great lives and 
> shaped much of human history.
PS that paragraph wasn't clear. let me add to it: The "it" that 
"demonstrates" a lack of curiosity is, I meant to say, the casual  
dismissal of religious yearnings as mere ignorance or possibly 
psychopathology. (or something like that.) 

Al Winslow

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